Question about 1992 Honda Accord
My reverse ligths are out, the bulbs are new, and suddenly both of them stop working, I don't know where's the fuse or switch located, Could somebody help me...?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Additionally check the reverse switch and its wiring/connectors. The reverse switch is located at the transmission. This is also part of the neutral start switch assembly. This page would give you additional insight.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
thanks for your comments guys. I found the switch and noticed that the wire had snapped where it joined the wire bundle so i quick fix was easy.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
it is very difficult to match wiring harness from auto tranny to manual tanny they are different connectors and reverse lights on auto tranny was connected to the nuetral safety switch about 6 to 8 different wires on manual tranny there is a switch located on the top of the tranny and backup lights are connected only with 1 wire you may need to get some help from auto electrition this should not cost alot of money to fix thanks
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Sorry but this is a tough one. I've searched quite awhile for a solution.
You might want to post it on the mitsubishi forum site.
In the meanwhile here's:
- a great wiring diagram for you here
- component locations here
- it may be easier to search the entire service manual online here
sorry I couldn't be more help. One more thing...if its a short in a wire (which I think it is) then if you fiddle with it at night you might be able to see the spark where the wire is shorted. But please be careful!
Did you install new speakers recently????
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
I think the problem is in the shifter itself. Probably a bad contact after all of the years of use. If your real sneaky you could probably get inside the shifter and bend the contact point back into place.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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